Five Paw Bakery

★★★★☆

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My dogs love 5 Paws, it's great to have a place where you can bring your dog and not get glared at.
The cookies look good enough to eat, we buy them for our older dog as a treat.

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My dogs love 5 Paws, it's great to have a place where you can bring your dog and not get glared at.
The cookies look good enough to eat, we buy them for our older dog as a treat.

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our jindo sooni really loves five paw bakery's oatmeal softies. she says they're da bomb. she's really silly, eh? anyway, five paw bakery sells them for less than evil petco sells their bulk dog treats. that's good. i've even tasted the oatmeal softies myself. they aren't bad. in fact, this is what cookies _should_ taste like. food we eat today has too much salt and sugar. anyway, i like five paw bakery because it's the one store in valley fair that definitely lets us bring our sooni. it's awful that business will let people bring in purse dogs that will yip yap all day and could even still pee on merchandise. our sooni's a good dog. she stays quiet and doesn't pee where she's not supposed to, and i'm glad a store like five pay understands that. anyway, i like their products: their assortment of doggy gear and fashion accessories, but most of them are _very_ expensive. too expensive! also, unfortunately, like most posh doggy accessories stores, five paw is a little biased towards selling to those froo froo dogs rather than real working dogs. also, although _some_ of the staff is knowledgable, others are simply people who like fluffy things, which is not quite enough.

PROS: oatmeal softies rock and are affordable!
CONS: gear and fashion accessories are overpriced

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★★★★☆

our jindo sooni really loves five paw bakery's oatmeal softies. she says they're da bomb. she's really silly, eh? anyway, five paw bakery sells them for less than evil petco sells their bulk dog treats. that's good. i've even tasted the oatmeal softies myself. they aren't bad. in fact, this is what cookies _should_ taste like. food we eat today has too much salt and sugar. anyway, i like five paw bakery because it's the one store in valley fair that definitely lets us bring our sooni. it's awful that business will let people bring in purse dogs that will yip yap all day and could even still pee on merchandise. our sooni's a good dog. she stays quiet and doesn't pee where she's not supposed to, and i'm glad a store like five pay understands that. anyway, i like their products: their assortment of doggy gear and fashion accessories, but most of them are _very_ expensive. too expensive! also, unfortunately, like most posh doggy accessories stores, five paw is a little biased towards selling to those froo froo dogs rather than real working dogs. also, although _some_ of the staff is knowledgable, others are simply people who like fluffy things, which is not quite enough.

PROS: oatmeal softies rock and are affordable!
CONS: gear and fashion accessories are overpriced

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